Drama & Improv Adult

Experimentation Time 


On stage:   

  • Improvisers can work beyond the text to bring more material to work on for their play. If there is a problem on stage, they will learn to hide the mistake and make up for it in front of the audience.   
  • By doing plays, they learn to push their acting further by constantly researching themselves and their abilities. They will therefore broaden their general culture and their collective research work.  

In life:   

With drama, they develop:   

  • long-term memory   
  • confidence in oneself and in the group   
  • developing a well-developed and sophisticated way of thinking   
  • assertiveness in the group   
  • imagination   
  • exploring the limits of creativity   

With improv, they develop:   

  • short-term memory   
  • constant attention to others   
  • a sense of spontaneity   
  • awareness of the present moment: accepting it, then transforming it as one pleases   
  • alertness   
  • ability to get out of one's comfort zone   

In drama:  

  • Getting to know basic concepts of drama: acting, space management, theatrical vocabulary etc.  
  • Construction of characters and dramatic situations through improvisation theatre techniques 
  • Individual and collective work on a new text every year  
  • Each year students discover a new drama method created by a famous drama master 
  • Discovering the work of a theatre director, learning how to manage actors on stage 

In improv:  

  • Deepening the improvisation principles: acceptance, listening, building, being active, etc.  
  • Discovering the improv world with their vocabulary and specificity 
  • Working on an improvisation show (or several) depending on the group capacity 
  • Development of physical and mental skills, self-confidence both individually and as part of a group